The Raven Book Store’s bestsellers for Oct. 4, 2022 (Sponsored post)

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Note from the Times: This bestseller list comes to us straight from The Raven Book Store in Lawrence. See other editions of the list here.

We’re still riding high on how great our 35th Anniversary Celebration was last month, and our bestseller list is too!

Numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, and 9 were all books we did events for last month. Thank you for your support in coming to events and buying the books! Here’s to 35 more years, at least!


1.     Sarah Kendzior, They Knew: How a Culture of Conspiracy Keeps America Complacent

2.     R. B. Lemberg, The Unbalancing: A Birdverse Novel

3.     Danny Caine, How to Resist Amazon and Why (Second Edition)

4.     Lucas Bessire, Running Out: In Search of Water on the High Plains

5.     Jennette McCurdy, I’m Glad My Mom Died

6.     Louise Erdrich, The Sentence

7.     Richard Osman, The Bullet That Missed: A Thursday Murder Club Mystery

8.     Nina Totenberg, Dinners with Ruth: A Memoir on the Power of Friendships

9.     Nabil Ayers, My Life in the Sunshine: Searching for My Father and Discovering My Family

10.   Megan Bannen, The Undertaking of Hart and Mercy

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